Tuesday, February 2, 2016

CEAL 2016 in Seattle: Final Program

CEAL 2016 Program

Dear CEAL members,

Following up on my announcement of the CEAL 2016 program schedule last year, the final schedule has been posted on the CEAL website for our 2016 meeting in Seattle: East Asian Studies Librarians: Current Realities/Future Trajectories.
See: http://www.eastasianlib.org/CEAL/AnnualMeeting/CEALMeetingSchedule/CEAL2016Schedule.pdf

Please note, once again, some of the new features this year!




  • CEAL Reception (free entry to CEAL members) will be TUESDAY evening, not Wednesday evening as in past years. Venue: University of Washington campus.
  • Tours of the University of Washington Libraries and the UW East Asia Library will held prior to the reception on Tuesday.
  • We are trying to give you more options with “concurrent sessions” to be held on Wednesday evening. Please select the session of most interest to attend in the two time slots.
  • The plenary will feature the first “Presidential Panel,” as well as the first “CEAL Debate” between President Ellen Hammond and Vice-President/President-Elect Jim Cheng.

  • I look forward to seeing everyone in Seattle.

    Best,
    Ellen

    Ellen H. Hammond
    CEAL President

    Director, International Collections & Research Support
    Head, East Asia Library
    Yale University

    1 comment:

    1. Yeah I attended this CEAL 2016 in Seattle. It was a most awaited event of the year and was organized at my nearby Seattle convention center. It was a brilliant annual meeting and I would love to attend such events again.

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